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Spencer Michels reports on the debate over creating a national identification system, and considers what could become a national ID card.
Without comment, the Supreme Court Monday refused to hear a contentious case involving the public display of the Ten Commandments on the Indiana statehouse lawn.
The Israeli government said Sunday it would ease the military cordon on Palestinian Leader Yasser Arafat's compound, but continue to limit his movement to the West Bank city of Ramallah.
President Bush today said he's "satisfied" with Pakistan's response to the killing of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, but said the U.S. is "interested in dealing with" the Islamic extremist accused of masterminding Pearl's kidnapping.
Intensified fighting and the kidnapping of a presidential candidate push Colombia's 38-year civil war to new heights.
Speaking to university students, President Bush ended his 30-hour visit to China with an appeal for greater personal, political and religious freedoms on Friday.
The Weekly Standard's David Brooks and The Boston Globe's Tom Oliphant discuss the week in politics.
During a televised address, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon announced Thursday that he will create 'buffer zones' to protect Israeli citizens from Palestinian surprise attacks.
President Bush met with Chinese President Jiang Zemin in Beijing today, where Mr. Bush is on the final leg of a week-long East Asian tour.
Margaret Warner gets three perspectives on U.S. relations with China.
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